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Sausages are always on the menu at a barbie but now Coles has launched a lamb, cheese and Vegemite infused variety in time for Australia Day. They are 100% Australian lamb, perfect for grilling on the barbecue and gives a salty but savoury taste. The sausages will retail...

Looking for a fresh, colourful salad the whole family will enjoy? Kaleslaw from Aldi is a must try. Consisting of kale, red cabbage, carrot, beetroot and broccoli with a yoghurt and chia dressing topped with mixed seeds, its the perfect acompaniment for red or white...

Are you interested in trying the French-Japanese creation, ‘Crossushi,'’ a sushi-stuffed croissant? It's a combo of croissant and sushi invented at Mr. Holmes Bakehouse in Los Angeles. This kooky "Cali croissant" comes topped with sesame seeds and filled with smoked salmon, wasabi, pickled ginger, and nori seaweed. Kikkoman soy...

At Because We Can we pay tribute to the parma. According to the Herald Sun the humble chicken parma has became synonymous with Aussie cuisine. Nothing beats this Italo-Aussie classic on a pub menu. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a pub menu in Melbourne on which the chicken...

For all barbecue, bands, beer and butcher lovers, you need to check out and book now for The Music and Barbecue Festival at Meatstock, Melbourne 17/18 March, Sydney 5/6/May and Auckland 24/25 February. Meatstock is a two-day celebration involving people grilling meat (beef, chicken, pork and lamb, everything except...